Huddersfield manager David Wagner is delighted that Elias Kachunga and Chris Lowe have signed new contracts at the promoted club.
Kachunga is a 25-year-old striker who joined the Terriers from Ingolstadt on loan last season and has now penned a three-year deal to stay in England.
Meanwhile, 28-year-old left-back Lowe signed for the Yorkshire outfit on a free transfer last term and has been handed a new contract until 2020.
"It's very important that Chris and Elias have committed their futures to Huddersfield Town by signing new contracts," Wagner told the club's official website.
"Both Chris and 'Kache' were big players for the team as we gained promotion to the Premier League last season.
"I knew they were both high-quality footballers when they arrived, but they deserve so much credit for the way they adapted to English football so quickly. That is testament to their characters and personalities as much as their footballing ability.
"They will continue to be big, big players for us in the Premier League season and these new contracts are also a reward for what they have achieved with us so far.
"I expect that more of the players who have made this journey into the Premier League will also commit their futures to the club in the coming weeks."